Casa's Residential Treatment Program
The Residential Program program at Casa houses up to 22 women at any one time who stay with us from 30 up to 90 days. During this period of recovery, women work closely with an individual counselor to better understand their personal needs, goals and progress.
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Similar to our inpatient services, all of our outpatient programs are abstinence based. Our recovery philosophy utilizes the vast experience and knowledge of our highly qualified staff. [ more ]
Our Sober Living Program makes it possible for women completing addiction treatment to move into a safe, structured, and supportive sober living setting for up to one year.
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Casa is licensed/certified by the State of California and a Joint Commission accredited behavioral health treatment center for women seeking treatment for substance use disorders. Because our facility is neither a hospital nor nursing facility all participants must be well enough to participate in required activities. Screening is done during the admissions process to determine level of care requirements. [ more ]
Our clinically managed Residential Treatment Program is delivered in a supportive, home-like environment. The clinical team of highly skilled therapists and certified addiction counselors are led by our Medical Director, Clinical Director, and Director of Programs and Compliance. Clients are assessed and placed in the appropriate level of care based on their individual needs. Each woman’s treatment plan is individualized to address her unique experiences and challenges. Click here for what to bring.
The Residential Program includes a variety of activities designed to support mental, physical, and emotional recovery. Group and individual therapy sessions explore boundaries, relapse triggers and practical relapse prevention techniques, women’s issues, family systems, anger management, codependent relationships, domestic violence, grief and safety.
Treatment Programs include:
Clients study the brain and behaviors to understand the effects of drugs and alcohol on the body and the mind. Clients learn to recognize cross addictions and develop ways to avoid it.
Co-Occurring Disorder Education and Treatment Benefits
Treatment plans concurrently address both substance use disorder and a co-occurring psychiatric illness when necessary. Failure to address co-occurring disorders during treatment often results in clients continuing to struggle with problems associated with their psychiatric condition, which may lead to future relapse. Co-occurring disorder include depression, anxiety, social phobia, borderline personality disorder, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and other illnesses.
Our clients learn what triggers their individual cravings for drugs and alcohol and develop new behaviors to handle risky situations and avoid relapse triggers. Clients learn to execute coping skills in response to anxiety provoking situations and risky places.
Families plays a critical role in addiction recovery. The Family Program addresses significant issues that clients and their families face during treatment and equips them with the tools to help during a life-time of recovery. The program includes group and individual sessions that address: Alcoholism and Addiction Education, Family Dynamics and Addiction, Boundaries and Codependency, Relapse Prevention and the Family Role, and Private Therapy.